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Traffic Accident Errick Road and Niagara Falls Blvb.

Traffic Accident Errick Road and Niagara Falls Blvb.

Niagara County -- On September 13, 2014 at 1417 hours, several 911 calls
were placed to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office regarding a serious motor
vehicle accident on Niagara Falls Boulevard near the intersection of Errick
Road. Initial investigation at scene by deputies reveals a 2004 Pontiac was
southbound on Niagara Falls Boulevard.

NCSD: School Bus Accident Niagara Falls Blvb At Old Falls

NCSD: School Bus Accident Niagara Falls Blvb At Old Falls

 Wheatfield, NY -  Niagara County Dispatch received several 911 calls reporting an auto accident on Niagara Falls Boulevard. Patrol units responded and found a three vehicle auto accident involving a school bus. The investigation reveals that a westbound facing school bus with the red hazard lights activated was stopped on Niagara Falls Boulevard at Old Niagara Falls Boulevard. A vehicle that was facing east on Niagara Falls Boulevard was also stopped waiting for the school bus. A third vehicle, which was eastbound on Niagara Falls Boulevard, did not see the stopped vehicle and struck the vehicle from behind, pushing it into the school bus. The driver of the third vehicle, 19 year old Mitchell Kinnaman, was cited for speed not reasonable and prudent. He was taken to ECMC along with the driver of vehicle two for non-life threatening injuries.

NCSD Welfare Fraud Unit Reports Success Recovering $81,609

NCSD Welfare Fraud Unit Reports Success Recovering $81,609

Sanborn, NY - Niagara County - Sheriff James R.

Four 10th Street Gang Members Convicted of Murder, Racketeering and Trafficking

Four 10th Street Gang Members Convicted of Murder, Racketeering and Trafficking
BUFFALO, N.Y.   U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today that following a seven week jury trial, a federal jury has convicted four members of the 10th Street Gang of racketeering conspiracy, multiple violent crimes in aid of racketeering, narcotics trafficking and firearm offenses. 
        “More than four years ago, our Office declared a focus on gangs and the violent activities that go with them,” said U.S. Attorney Hochul. “Today, thanks to the unrelenting efforts of law enforcement, the community and the jury, we can announce some of the results of that effort. The convictions of four defendants on racketeering related charges means that 44 10th Street Gang members and associates have now been convicted.

Amherst Police Release Photos in Friday Bank Robbery

Amherst Police Release Photos in Friday Bank Robbery

AMHERST, NY -(Amherst Police) - The Department looks to the public for assistance in apprehending two individuals whom alledgedly spent their Friday afternoon holding ip a bank. In this case law enforcement is turning to social media to post the photos and details of the incident to close the case, The following is their information listed without edutung.

"On Friday 8/22/2014 at approximately 4:40 pm, Amherst Police responded to an armed robbery at a banking establishment located on Sweet Home Road. Two black males entered the building and demanded money.  

Brockport Male arrested; Alledged Mail Fraud, Forgery, Theft of Public Money

Brockport Male arrested; Alledged Mail Fraud, Forgery, Theft of Public Money
ROCHESTER, N.Y.—U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announces that Steven Ray, 48, of Brockport, NY, was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with mail fraud, forgery of endorsement of treasury checks, theft of public money, and theft of stolen mail. The charges carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, a $250,000 fine or both.

Convicted City of Buffalo Employee Sentenced 6 Months Ordered to repay $9K

Convicted City of Buffalo Employee Sentenced 6 Months Ordered to repay $9K
BUFFALO, N.Y.-- U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today that Francis Tronolone, 33, of Buffalo, N.Y., who was convicted of stealing thousands of dollars from the City of Buffalo, a Governmental agency which receives federal funding, was sentenced to 6 months in prison by U.S. District Judge, Richard J. Arcara. The defendant has also been ordered to pay $9,000 in restitution.  
“As we have stated previously, this office intends to prosecute any public official responsible for stealing money or breaching their public trust,” said U.S. Attorney William Hochul. “This marks the fourth defendant who from a single government agency did just that.” 
 Assistant U.S. Attorney Maura K. O'Donnell, who handled the case, stated that the defendant was employed by the City of Buffalo for approximately 10 years.